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Late Kick Off - the football show for London

Mark Chapman
Mark Chapman was at BBC Radio 1 for 10 years

BBC Radio 5 Live sports presenter Mark Chapman hosts the Monday night football league show for London.

The programme gives fans across the capital and the South-East unparalleled access to their teams.

Late Kick Off features in depth coverage behind-the-scenes, the teams, players, managers and backroom stories of 12 teams across the region.

The show is on BBC One, Mondays at 11.35pm and aims to get right to the heart of local football.

Late Kick Off covers Crystal Palace, QPR, Millwall, Charlton, Leyton Orient, Barnet, Watford, Brentford, Brighton, Gillingham, Dagenham & Redbridge and Wycombe.

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You can catch up with Late Kick Off for London and the South East with the BBC iPlayer.
The latest show is available for 7 days

More than just a highlights programme, it gets to grips with the issues fans want to talk about as well as giving some insightful reports both on and off the pitch.

Mark brings his own sporting expertise to the programme with a mix of discussion, opinion, interviews and match analysis.

Each week he will be joined by different guests and pundits from the world of football to talk about the weekend's biggest games.

There will also be regular features, such as player profiles, a regular dip into the archives, and an opportunity for supporters to share their views on what's happening at their clubs and the game in general.

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